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Fillmore East, New York, New York
Anna Rizzo - lead vocals
Vic Smith - guitar, vocals
Slim Chance - guitar, vocals
Richard Sussman - piano, vocals
Kelly Bryan - bass
Dewey DeGrease - drums
01 Intro (Bill Graham)
02 Live a Life of Joy
03 I'm Funky
04 Waitin' for My Ship
05 Road Fever
06 That's What You Get
07 Full Time Woman
08 You're Drivin' Me Crazy
Grootna was a group based in Berkeley, CA, formed in 1971 by singer Anna Rizzo, lead guitarist Vic Smith, pianist Richard Sussman, rhythm guitarist Slim Chance (a/k/a Austin DeLone), bassist Kelly Bryan, and drummer Dewey DaGrease (a/k/a Greg Dewey). The band acquired well-known San Francisco concert promoter Bill Graham as its manager and signed a contract with Columbia Records.
Grootna only played the Fillmore East twice, on two consecutive nights at the bottom of a bill that also included B.B. King andMoby Grape. This tape was recorded on the first of the two nights,
and was among the last concerts Bill Graham produced at this fabled venue.